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CASR Group F / IATA Category 1 & 2 - Dangerous Goods for Shippers

CASR Group A Full Acceptance

Purpose of the course

The purpose of this training course is to provide shippers and packers with the required skills to accept and process all classes of Dangerous Goods covered by the IATA Dangerous Goods regulations.

Content of the course

  • Interpreting the current IATA DGR manual and the Australian legislation
  • Legal aspect and responsibilities
  • Recognition of hidden dangerous goods
  • Limitations including excepted, limited quantities and States/operators’ variations
  • Classification and identification of dangerous goods
  • Packaging, marking, and labeling requirements
  • Documentation including Shipper Declaration and the accompany Air Waybill
  • Provision of information and emergency procedures
  • Shipping radioactive materials

Duration of Course

3 days (8 hours a day)

Prerequisites

None

Certification

The course is approved by Civil Aviation Safety Authority and therefore, an awarded certificate will be issued to the participants following successful completion of this course.

Who Should Attend

  • Shippers, Operators, freight forwarders, ground handling agents,
  • Deemed employees whose function includes above duties (e.g. agent acting as a shipper, etc).

Purpose of the course

The purpose of this training course is to re-certify those who have undertaken the initial course previously. The Course highlight is the current and updated Dangerous Goods Regulations requirements which include classification, Identification, packing, marking, labelling, documentation, and process all classes of Dangerous Goods in accordance with the current edition of IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations.

Content of the course

  • Review the updated requirements of the IATA DGR and the Australian legislation
  • Navigate through the provisions of the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulation and Recall the significant changes and amendments to the new Dangerous Goods Regulations edition.
  • Follow the general emergency procedures.

Duration of Course

1 day (8 hours)

Prerequisites

Participants must hold a valid DGR certificate to register for this course. If the certificate is older than 2 years, then you must register for the full acceptance / initial course.

Certification

The course is approved by Civil Aviation Safety Authority and therefore, an awarded certificate will be issued to the participants following successful completion of this course.

Who Should Attend

  • Shippers, packers and operators,
  • Deemed employees whose function includes those duties (e.g. operator acting as a shipper, etc)

Purpose of the course

The purpose of this training course is to provide shippers and packers with the required skills to accept and process lithium batteries in accordance to the IATA Dangerous Goods regulations.

Content of the course

  • Legal aspect of the IATA DGR and other legislation
  • Classification, Identification, packing, marking and labelling for batteries.
  • Documentation including Shipper Declaration and the accompany Air Waybill
  • Packing requirements and the specific packing instructions
  • State and/or Operator variations
  • Relevant emergency procedures

Duration of Course

1 day (8 hours)

Prerequisites

None

Certification

The course is approved by Civil Aviation Safety Authority and therefore, an awarded certificate will be issued to the participants following successful completion of this course.

Who Should Attend

  • Shippers, packers and operators,
  • Deemed employees whose function includes those duties (e.g. operator acting as a shipper, etc)

Purpose of the course

The purpose of this training course is to provide shippers and packers with the required skills to accept and process infectious substances in according to the IATA Dangerous Goods regulations.

Content of the course

  • Legal aspect of the IATA DGR and other legislation
  • Classification, packaging, marking and labelling of infectious substance batteries.
  • Documentation including Shipper Declaration and the accompany Air Waybill
  • Packaging provisions and categories of infectious substances
  • Exceptions and prohibitions
  • Relevant emergency procedures

Duration of Course

1 day (8 hours)

Prerequisites

None

Certification

Coming soon

Who Should Attend

  • Shippers, packers and operators,
  • Any person involve in preparing a shipment of infectious substances (laboratory technicians, medical and clinical practitioners, etc)
  • Deemed employees whose function includes those duties (e.g. operator acting as a shipper, etc)

Purpose of the course

The purpose of this training course is to provide shippers and packers with the required skills to accept and process dry ice shipments used as a refrigerant for dangerous goods or for other commodities in according with the IATA Dangerous Goods regulations.

Content of the course

  • Legal aspect of the IATA DGR and other legislation
  • Classification, packaging, marking and labelling of dry ice packages.
  • Documentation including Shipper Declaration and the accompany Air Waybill
  • Packaging provisions of dry ice
  • Exceptions and prohibitions
  • Relevant emergency procedures

Duration of Course

1 day (8 hours)

Prerequisites

None

Certification

Coming soon

Who Should Attend

  • Shippers, packers and operators,
  • Any person involve in preparation of a dry ice shipment
  • Deemed employees whose function includes those duties (e.g. operator acting as a shipper, etc)

Purpose of the course

The purpose of this training course is to provide procedures for the client whereby participants will become familiar with the contents of the Dangerous Goods regulations and will be able to accept, process and handle radioactive material in according to the IATA Dangerous Goods regulations.

Content of the course

  • Interpreting the current IATA DGR manual and the Australian legislation
  • Recognition of hidden dangerous goods
  • Shipper’s and operators responsibilities
  • Limitations including excepted packages of radioactive material including states/operators’ variations
  • Classification and identification of radioactive material
  • Packaging, marking, and labeling requirements
  • Documentation including Shipper Declaration and the accompany Air Waybill
  • Handling of radioactive material with the emphases of the minimum separation distances
  • Provision of information and emergency procedures

Duration of Course

1 day (8 hours)

Prerequisites

None

Certification

The course is approved by Civil Aviation Safety Authority and therefore, an awarded certificate will be issued to the participants following successful completion of this course.

Who Should Attend

  • Shippers, packers, operators, GHA and Freight forwarders preparing, accepting and handling radioactive material.
  • Deemed employees whose function includes those duties




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